Ayn Rand's Utopi The Ideal Society

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When reading a novel about the ideal society you begin think, this often leads to odd thoughts that you would have to share with your family unit if you had lived in this apparently perfect community. Just think about it, no homicide, no robbery, nothing that could possible put you or your assigned (yes, assigned) family in harm 's way, it really makes you ponder upon what you would be losing. But what about what you gain. We would call this place Utopia, a seemingly perfect, yet imagery (emphasis on imaginary) community. I prefer to think of it as a game, the only twist is you are the game creator your task is to keep everybody comfortable and relaxed, but still able to provide for themselves and others. You practically brainwash them
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